What does Veggies mean?

‘Veggies’ is another way to say ‘Vegetables’

When someone uses the word ‘Veggies’, they’re simply talking about vegetables. It’s a fun and quick way to refer to all sorts of vegetables, whether it’s a bunch of spinach, a head of lettuce, or a basket of tomatoes.

It’s a pretty common term and people use it a lot when they’re talking about food or cooking. So if you hear someone say they’re chopping up some ‘veggies’ for dinner, they’re just preparing some vegetables.

The term ‘veggies’ isn’t restricted to any specific kind of vegetable. It could mean anything from a green pepper to a sweet potato. So next time when you’re at the grocery store, don’t be surprised if you hear someone asking where the ‘veggies’ are!

Example for using ‘Veggies’ in a conversation

Hey! I’m thinking of making stir-fry tonight. 🍳πŸ₯¦

That sounds delicious! What are you putting in it? πŸ€”

I’m going to use lots of veggies like bell peppers, carrots, and broccoli. 🌢️πŸ₯•πŸ₯¦

Yum! I love stir-fried veggies. Can I come over for dinner? πŸ˜„πŸ½οΈ